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ACTING TIPS, FOR YOUR CAREER IN BOLLYWOOD -68 (THROUGH THIS I WISH TO SHARE MY INSIGHTS AS AN ACTOR/TRAINER WITH MY STUDENTS AND OTHER ACTING ASPIRANTS) (From the location of HEROPANTI)

“SAU SAAL PEHLE MUJHE TUMSE PYAR THA, AAJ BHEE HAI AUR KAL BHEE RAHEGA”

The opening lines of this eternal duet depicting love and commitment humms in my ears, on the occasion of the centenary of Indian cinema.

“RAJA HARISHCHANDRA” the first Indian Film by Dadasaheb Phalke was screened for the public on 3rd May 1913 in Bombay. Over these 100 years the love and craze of cinegoers in India has grown by leaps and bounds. Each coming year the number of films released have increased.

Indian cinema registers around 700 films every year in 30 different languages and dialects. Since the release of first film of the talkie era in 1931, Indian Cinema has produced around 77000 films till 2012. Out of which 12000 are Hindi Films. The year 2012 saw release of 105 Hindi Flms.

Here at the locationof HEROPANTI in Nabha(Punjab), a Film having a record of sorts, as there are large number of debutants in this movie, the atmosphere is jubilant as Cinema completes 100 years in India. So many young actors and film makers are being born to become the custodian of the rich heritage.

We at Indias Best Acting School KREATING CHARAKTERS we groom actors, salute Indian Cinema for reaching this milestone as well as scaling the peaks of glory and success. Since our inception in 2005, it has been our humble effort to enrich the Indian Cinema with best of the acting talent. This endeavour is a life long commitment of mine and my collaborator at KREATING CHARAKTER we groom actors, Mr Roopesh Thapliyal.

(All stats about Indian Cinema from internet)

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SAMAR JAI SINGH
http://www.kreatingcharakters.in
SAMAR JAI SINGH

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ACTING TIPS, FOR YOUR CAREER IN BOLLYWOOD -67 (THROUGH THIS I WISH TO SHARE MY INSIGHTS AS AN ACTOR/TRAINER WITH MY STUDENTS AND OTHER ACTING ASPIRANTS) (From the location of HEROPANTI)

DOES CAMERA REALLY ADD TEN POUNDS?

This is a question which is put forward by many young actors. The fact and the truth is YES IT DOES. What actually
it does is intensifies and amplifies any feature. Suppose if you have a large nose, the camera will make it even larger. If you are very skinny, hollow cheeked, high cheek bones and with apparently seen ribs the camera would make you look weak and ill, istead of adding ten pounds and making you look healthy.

All kinds of visual flaws on the face and physical shape and posture are enlarged and intensified. If you have scars or facial blemishes the camera would make them appear more prominent. A ‘soft’ chin and well filled up cheeks can add more then ten pounds. Each face has its own flaws, NO FACE IS A PERFECT FACE.

For actors rescue, make up can considerably help most of this. As a person working in front of the camera one should be aware of ones shortcomings and flaws. Take help of the wonders of make up and cosmeticians brush to get absolutely into film shape. At KREATNG CHARAKTERS we groom actors, the Top Most Acting School Of Mumbai, we conduct special sessions and seminar in Makeup for our actors.

The flaw which makeup can’t help is POSTURE. A slump which you might not be aware of could make you look like a hunchback. If that is the character you are portraying, great, keep that slouch, if not correct the posture. The camera would convey a message about you and your character that you don’t want to send.

So, beware of the fact that the camera amplifies, intensifies and enlarges your facial and physical (posture and weight) flaws. Correct them through appropriate make up and awareness.

(For previous Blogs/ Tips on “Acting Career In Bollywood”
Visit http://www.kreatingcharakters.in)

SAMAR JAI SINGH
http://www.kreatingcharakters.in
SAMAR JAI SINGH

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